The Glass House

The Glass House, built between 1949 and 1995 by architect Philip Johnson, is a National Trust Historic Site located in New Canaan, Connecticut. The pastoral 49-acre landscape comprises fourteen structures, including the Glass House, and features a

Pearlroth House

The Pearlroth house was built in 1958 in Westhampton Beach, New York for Arthur and Mitch PearlRoth contacted the architect Andrew Geller to design an inexpensive, unusual beach house. Listed as one of the top 10 houses

The Parrish Art Museum

Designed by the internationally acclaimed firm Herzog & de Meuron, the new Parrish occupies a fourteen-acre site in the hamlet of Water Mill. The innovative design integrates architecture and landscape in a plan that both respects and

Vanderbilt Mansion

In 1910 William K. Vanderbilt II began to build a spectacular waterfront estate on 43 acres in Centerport, Long Island. Today, Eagle’s Nest is one of the few surviving Gold Coast estates, and his 24-room Spanish-Revival mansion

Ray and Maria Stata Center

The Ray and Maria Stata Center for Computer, Information and Intelligence Sciences is built on the site of MIT’s legendary Building 20, a “temporary” timber-framed building constructed during World War II that served as a breeding ground

Princeton Campus

Renowned for its park-like beauty, Princeton’s open campus features extraordinary architecture. The buildings by distinguished architects span more than four centuries and include a variety of styles, including colonial, Collegiate Gothic, Italianate, Romanesque and modern. The University’s

Flatiron Building

The distinctive triangular shape of the Flatiron Building, designed by Chicago architect Daniel Burnham and built in 1902, allowed it to fill the wedge-shaped property located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway. At 22 stories

Darwin D. Martin House Complex

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin Martin House Complex preserves, interprets and promotes a world class, master-piece built for Wright’s significant patron and friend; it is located in Buffalo, New York. Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) designed a unique residential

Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College

Designed by Frank Gehry, the building illustrates the College’s commitment to the performing arts as a cultural and educational necessity. Gehry worked in collaboration acoustician Yasuhisa Toyota and a team of theater consultants and opened in April

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